As you might have already noticed, we love to attend lots and lots of queer events while we travel. We’ve been to several prides so far and the next one on the list during our trip was the one in Antwerp.
Attitude towards LGBT+ travellers can be very different around the world. While some countries organise multiple prides all over the country, same-sex marriage & adoption are legal, and being queer is overall not so bad there, in others you can get imprisoned or even stoned to death for being who you are. It might sound weird to you – especially if you grew up in a more tolerant environment- but keep in mind that we only have your best interest in mind. Continue reading guide: LGBT+ travel
As you probably know, we visited a lot of various Prides across the Europe. We also had this amazing opportunity to be in Amsterdam during its Pride Week- And not only Pride Week; It was the time of the Europride! We got to party with the locals there and experience a completely different Pride event that you can’t attend anywhere else. Continue reading Amsterdam Pride: Canal Parade
After Laura joined Aleks and Dominika in Cologne, we decided to go Amsterdam which happened to be one of the coolest cities we’ve visited during our trip. We’ve always dreamt about going there and we had the best timing ever: we could experience the city and at the same time, enjoy the Europride which was held at the time right there, in the capital of the Netherlands. Continue reading Amsterdam: the city of love and pride
Since we are all queer and very involved in the LGBT+ rights and gay community, we decided to participate in as many Pride Parades as we could during our trip. We planned our whole journey around them: when and where to be not to miss them. That was why we started traveling on that particular day: we not only wanted to see … Continue reading Berlin Pride: Christopher Street Day